Orange, Peach, Strawberry and Banana Smoothie

"There is a smoothie bar near where I work and they sell this delicious smoothie called a "sama jama". Well I took a look at what was in it, threw it all in a blender, and voila it was almost identical. This is absolutely delicious and super healthy."
photo by Proud Veterans wife photo by Proud Veterans wife
photo by Proud Veterans wife
Ready In:


  • 8 fluid ounces orange juice
  • 4 strawberries (frozen)
  • 1 peach (frozen)
  • 1 banana (frozen)
  • 1 scoop Orange sherbet


  • Throw all the ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth.
  • If the smoothie is too thick, add some more orange juice. If it is too thin, add some ice cubes or more frozen fruit.
  • The smoothie is equally good if you leave the sherbet out but not as "tangy".

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  1. coconutcream
    Yum! I like this more than I thought I would - it's very tasty! I had some trouble getting it to blend, as I used all frozen fruit, so I added a little extra sherbert and half a cup of nonfat vanilla yogurt. That did the trick! The resulting smoothie is tasty and a lovely color to boot!
  2. Randi M.
    Very refreshing and filling. My picky child who doesn't like strawberries or bananans asked for seconds! A great way to sneak in some healthy fruits that a child might otherwise avoid. Will definitely make again.
  3. Sydney Mike
    Thank you so much for posting this recipe! I tried this both with & without the sherbet, & liked it both ways, but including it makes for A GREAT TASTING SMOOTHIE! The banana I used wasn't frozen, but with the other ingredients that were frozen, this was just right! {Made & reviewed in Tag It RED!]
  4. Proud Veterans wife
    YUM!! Very tasty smoothy love the combination of flavors. My 20 month old DD and I had this for breakfast. She said YUM and ate the whole thing! SO I think we will be making this again! Thanks for the recipe!Made for PAC Orphanage Spring 08


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